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  • Darth Maul
  • Superman.
  • Frys dog in futurama
  • Dumbledore - I went about in a daze of disbelief for days!
  • Joyce in the Buffy episode "The Body".
  • Gene Hackman's character in The Poseidon Adventure. Went through all that trouble propelling Shelley Winters through the ship only to croak at the end. I remember being devastated!!
  • gandalf when he fell into the Abyss in the Lord of the Rings (though he didnt die in the end) but i didnt know till I saw the next film !
  • Masterharper Robinton. I wept and wept... I had audible heaving and had to put the book down and walk away. It was so beautifully written. So heartbreaking. I felt as if my dearest, most treasured mentor was taken from me.
  • Have you ever seen the movie "The Wicker Man"? If not, try not to read the below, since it's a big SPOILER!!! ******SPOILER WARNING******* Nicholas Cage's character in that movie. He was such a good man in the film - a cop that went out of his way to help his ex-fiance that left him at the altar, to help her find her daughter, who she doesn't even tell him is his until later in the film. He gets betrayed by his ex-fiance (she removes the bullets from his gun behind his back so he can't defend himself) and his own little daughter he just found out about, and them and the whole disgusting island of self-righteous creepy women gang up on him and break his legs so he can't run away, and then burn him alive (his own young daughter is the one that lights the fire!) in this huge man made of wicker-material, kind of reminiscent of Burning Man, except with murder. They do it thinking this sick stupid ritual will help their next crop season.
  • John Wayne's character ( John Bernard Books) in "The Shootist"
  • Bambis' mother
  • E.T. But then he was brought back to life and all was fine with the world.
  • Romeo and Juliet. Especially in Franco Zefferelli's film starring Olivia Hussy and Leonard Whiting. They were so great as the star-crossed lovers.
  • The Crow
  • Bambi's mother.
  • Sirius Black. I cried for days and was tearful for weeks afterwards, it was possibly the saddest thing I've ever read.
  • All of the characters from Disney movies, I always cried.
  • there was this old hallmark film that was about a young girl with cancer , i forgot the name but it was based on a true story, well she ended up getting pregnant , and she was warned againest it but in the end she died shortly before giving birth due to the cancer and she left behind a newborn baby and a very young father who was very much inlove with her. i cried for days after ward.
  • BETH in Good Wives by Louisa M Alcott. It is the second book in the Little Women trilogy and comes in the chapter a Valley of Tears. Many films and books make me cry but that one made me cry as a small child and still made me sob when I reread the book as an adult.
  • Eirene Pullo. She was in ROME. great series. She was poisoned by a slave woman to kill her and her baby so the slave could have Titus Pullo, Eirene's husband. So sad..
  • Years ago, when I was a teenager I read David Copperfield and I can remember being very upset when his first wife Dora died.
  • Charlie on Lost. I was inconsolable for hours!
  • The coon hunting dog in "Where the Red Fern Grows" - That was the first time I ever cried from reading a book.
  • Old Yeller.
  • How 'bout Javert? That made me really sad... Or prehapse Erik, the Phantom(or at least he PRESUMABLY died)? Bah... such things made me sad. But I can't think of any others.... Prehapse Dracula... Cyrano was pretty sad, as are most Shakesperean plays...
  • Moe Szyslak in the Never Ending Story.
  • Ok I admit, (Deathly Hallows spoiler) I cried when I thought Harry was gonna die.When he was walking into the forrest tears were falling on my book.
  • Harry Potter Spoiler: Bellatrix Lstrange and- Good god- Severus Snape. I'm still trying to recover; even if it was weeks ago. :(
  • I don't know if this has been said, but Mufasa from Lion King! Even from my two year old self all the way till now, it still gets me tearing up a bit. And also Charlie in All Dogs Go to Heaven, when his angel is talking to Ann Marie. Still makes me tear up too :P
  • Has anyone seen an old 60's animated film from England called Watership Down? It's about a herd of rabbit's and its really nicely made, a real tear jerker when the female rabbitt 'Hazel' gets killed.... The video is the music from the film, performed by Simon and Garfunkel, emotional stuff. And below the whole film in 10 parts, total running time approx 100 minutes, not suitable for young children. ;-) Part 1 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3gYpLGxAetg Part 2 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=A2o9QWGrSJ8 Part 3 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=VgtUnfb2VqM Part 4 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=f_HqTm7sEcU Part 5 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=kkU1lyvPn_A Part 6 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=pZDo6SNOb4c Part 7 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=2DIwRB7Z9KE Part 8 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=i-V_Pak7A2I Part 9 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=voFBwK_Y18I Part 10 - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9KSIeQUgT4
  • brad pitt's character in "a river runs through it". (it reminds me of a close person that i lost.)
  • Harry's supposed death. I was shaking because I so scared. I didn't continue reading the next chapter (King's Cross). I was shaking so much. I was so upset and shocked.
  • Claudia from "Interview With A Vampire" (book version, not the film)

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